With their strong heavy riffs set against the clarity of female vocals, the mysterious and enigmatic upcoming band Master Dy is a force to be reckoned with, when it comes to the iconic and characteristic genre of Heavy Metal.
A strong and iconic team of musicians, the emerging band Master Dy has a strong theatrical component, approaches themes around metal and the occult in a comical way with heavy riffs, but a sweet and clean female voice. All set to captivate the world made their debut album release on February 26, 2021, Master Dy intends to produce and create music that inspires and excites spirits through the use of iconic Power/Heavy metal music. With 11 splendid tracks, Master Dy managed to break into the genre and surprise listeners and critics with its release.
Master Dy initially wanted to approach music through the theme used in black metal, because it’s ocultist and a bit revolted against the things that go wrong in a young man’s life, but then Dy Moob felt he didn’t want to do black metal and decided to do something more fun, it could be heard by the whole family and it wasn’t that heavy.
Master Dy has been mainly getting inspiration from Ghost BC, a Swedish band awarded for their incredible hard rock performances in recent years, which has pulled crowds back to rock and heavy metal. Master Dy then sought inspiration in another theatrical band called Powerwolf who abuse synthesizers and riffs, and the iconic Alice Cooper who has always been a legend when it comes to bringing theatrics and Rock n Roll together.
After releasing the song You Are not alone on the DyMM P&M label on September 17th which was mastered by the amazing Matt Dougherty (Megadeth, Kobra and Lothus), Master Dy will release teh EP that has been a surprise to fans, the special “Halloween Mass” on October 31st.
This EP features four songs from the Unknown Sound Album performed in an acoustic version by Dy Moob the lead vocal and Mr Cethus, one of the band’s brilliant guitarists.
Other than that, the band is already in the studio working on the next album that should be released early next year before the European tour. What message will the band bring us this time?